Honor Flight Network recognizes American veterans for your sacrifices and achievements by flying you to Washington, D.C. to see YOUR memorial at no cost. Top priority is given to World War II and terminally ill veterans from all wars.
Honor Flight Network has expanded to include Korean War and Vietnam War veterans. In order for Honor Flight Network to achieve this goal, guardians fly with the veterans on every flight providing assistance and helping veterans have a safe, memorable and rewarding experience.
For what you and your comrades have given to us, please consider this a small token of appreciation from all of us at Honor Flight Network.
If you are a Veteran and would like to experience an Honor Flight at no cost to you, please use this website to find your local hub.
If you know of someone who is a veteran, please fill out an application and send it in on their behalf. And remember, every veteran flies free.
To contact your local Honor Flight hub directly, please use this contact information.
*PLEASE NOTE: The Honor Flight DCA Volunteers group has no discretion over who comes on an Honor Flight. We simply post this information to help encourage Veterans to apply for their Honor Flights. We are excited to greet you when you get to DC!***
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Flag of Our Heroes
to remember and honor our beloved veterans who have gone before us:
Library of Congress Veterans’ History Project
If you are a veteran, please consider participating in this project.
World War II Veterans’ Registry
Vietnam Veteran, USMC, John Gutter dies – obit
O’Connell’s John Gutter dies – The Arlington Catholic Herald.
Just a small blurb about the enormous contributions our veterans make in their service and in their life. Thank you, Mr. Gutter, may you rest in peace.
Henry Black, 7th SMMC, dies at 83
Veterans of Korean and Vietnam Wars, Fredericksburg son
Public info about veterans as of Feb 2013
Click to access Winter_13_sharepoint.pdf
To include living WWII veterans (1,396,000) and how many we are losing each day (642).
(You may need Acrobat to view this pdf link)
This is a wondful thing you are doing just keep up the good work you are doin
Would love to go see the Vietnam memorial. USMC 1968-1972
Vietnam 68-69 3rd Marines
First APC platoon
Good morning, Thomas! To contact your local Honor Flight hub directly, please visit this page (https://www.honorflight.org/regional-honor-flight-hubs/), find your local hub, and fill out an application!
**PLEASE NOTE: The Honor Flight DCA Volunteers group has no discretion over who comes on an Honor Flight. We simply post this information to help encourage Veterans to apply for their Honor Flights.***
Was wondering if the upcoming honor flight to Washington DC ,was still open for applications? If so,I would like to apply. Thank You. Don Kerr
HOW DO I APPLY
Hi William! We hope you can join us on a future Honor Flight. To apply, you’ll have to find your local (state) hub. Here is a website resource to get started: https://www.honorflight.org/applications.html
Hi there! Veterans can learn more information about the application with local hubs here: https://honorflightdca.com/for-veterans/apply/
All though I am a Vietnam Combat Veteran, I would like to be a volunteer for the honor flight program. I live in Raleigh, NC
I am a Korean War veteran and am interested in the Honor Flight program located in The Villages, Florida.
Hi Lawrence! You can contact your local Honor Flight branch- https://www.villageshonorflight.org/applications/veteran-applications/
Hi Gerard, there are few NC Honor Flights. Find the one that is closest to you and we hope to see you on a future mission! https://www.honorflight.org/map.html#northcarolina
I was in the US Air Force 1951-1955 Doing the Korean War and into the Vietnam war.
Thank you for your service!
i would like more information on how to register
HI there, you can use this website to find your local hub: https://www.honorflight.org/map.html